Wallarm Named the #1 Leader in G2's Winter 2023 API Security Grid Reports for Third Quarter Running
By Business Wire
Retains top positions in multiple other categories including API Security, Web Application Firewall (WAF), Cloud Security and Container SecuritySAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Wallarm, the end-to-end API security company, is proud to announce today it has maintained the #1 Leader position in G2's latest Grid® Report for API Security for the 3rd consecutive quarter. Wallarm also garnered top ratings in the Web Application Firewall (WAF) category in the all-important Relationship and Results areas, and the Easiest to Do Business With area in two categories. In all, the company has been honored with 10 badges in the Winter 2023 period.
"To maintain leadership on the G2 Grid for API Security based on actual customer feedback across the board is humbling," said Wallarm CEO and Co-Founder Ivan Novikov. "It’s a real testament to the hard work of our development and customer success teams. But we will not rest on our laurels. We will use this feedback to continue innovating our End-to-End API Security offering so our customers can better protect their API estate and deliver superior security outcomes both internally and to their end customers."
Inclusion in the G2 Winter 2023 Grid® reports is based on receiving a high volume of positive reviews. G2 also considers additional metrics from publicly available information and third-party sources.
Customers praise Wallarm for its impressive & powerful API protection capabilities and support. As one reviewer put it: "Wallarm support is outstanding. We rely on Wallarm to support & secure multiple business units. They give us direct access to their support personnel, to answer questions and resolve issues." Another commented that the "perimeter scanner and attack rechecker allow us to be 100% sure there are no backdoors or unknown entries, and every vulnerability is highlighted and double-checked immediately." And perhaps the highest praise is from the Infrastructure Manager who stated that they “haven't seen a single breach” since deploying Wallarm to protect their environment.
The Wallarm End-to-End API Security offering is the only solution that unifies best-in-class Advanced API Security and Cloud-Native WAAP (Next-Gen WAF) capabilities to protect an organization’s entire API and web application portfolio in multi-cloud and cloud-native environments. Security and DevOps teams choose Wallarm to discover all cloud-native APIs and legacy web applications running in their environment, and to detect & respond to threats against them – regardless of protocols or environment and without adding complexity to their security stack or workflows.
- Read additional customer reviews on the Wallarm review page.
- See our latest API threat research report blog & infographic at Q3-2022 API ThreatStats™.
- Stay updated on API Security issues by subscribing to our Wallarm blog and/or joining the API ThreatStats community on LinkedIn.
- Follow Wallarm on LinkedIn and Twitter.
Wallarm End-to-End API Security offerings provide robust protection for APIs, web applications, microservices, and serverless workloads running in cloud-native environments. Hundreds of Security and DevOps teams choose Wallarm to discover all APIs and apps, identify sensitive data flows, get complete visibility into API traffic, implement robust protection across their entire API portfolio, and automate incident response for better risk management. Our platform supports modern tech stacks, offering dozens of deployment options in cloud and Kubernetes-based environments, and also provides a full cloud solution. Wallarm is headquartered in San Francisco, California, and is backed by Toba Capital, Y Сombinator, Partech, and other investors.
First published on Tue, Dec 20, 2022
Disclaimer - Reference to any specific product, software or entity does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by TechDogs nor should any data or content published be relied upon. The views expressed by TechDogs’ members and guests are their own and their appearance on our site does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. Views and opinions expressed by TechDogs’ Authors are those of the Authors and do not necessarily reflect the view of TechDogs or any of its officials. All information / content found on TechDogs’ site may not necessarily be reviewed by individuals with the expertise to validate its completeness, accuracy and reliability.
Join The Discussion